prominens


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pro·mi·nens

(prom'i-nens),
1. Prominent.
2. anatomy denoting a prominence.
[L.]
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One of the examiners then placed skin marks using a water-soluble pen at the putative locations of the vertebra prominens (VP), S2, and T12.
Nine species, Calosma maderae, Chlaenius pallipes, Dolichus halensis, Scarites terricola, Pterostichus gebleri, Harpalus crates, Pardosa astrigera, Erigonidium graminicolum, and Erigone prominens accounted for 76% of all ground-dwelling predators occurring in samples.
3] Siquidem repercussio ipsa clavorum sub pedibus adeo prominens erat et extra protensa, ut non solum plantas solo libere applicari non sineret, verum etiam intra curvationem arcualem ipsorum acuminum facile immitti valeret digitus manus, sicut et ab eis ipse accepi, qui oculis propriis conspexerunt.
Neck length (NL) was measured from occipital tubercle to the vertebra prominens.
To accomplish this, the radiographer places the tip of his or her small finger on the vertebra prominens (C7) while extending the thumb inferiorly along the spinous processes.
proxima (Kulczynski 1885)--bo; Cercidia prominens (Westring 1851)--po; Cyclosa conica (Pallas 1771)--bo-ne, although absent in NE Siberia (east of Lena river); Hypsosinga pygmaea (Sundevall 1831)--po; Larinioides cornutus (Clerck 1757)--po; L.
affinis, sed differt indumento gemmae, petiolis, pedicello et calycis tuberculato-stellatus vel tuberculato-floccosus, et in foliis late ovatas, longe acuminatas (acumen usque ad 5 cm longis) et basi manifeste cordatas, sinu 1-4 cm profundo, nervis primariis (7) 8-10(11) supra excavatus, superficie supra manifeste bullata el subtus manifeste reticulatobullatus, prominens.